Im trying to printout a form in VB6.

Hi
   I want to print out a form in its current format. I have looked at:-
    Printer.Print S_no.Text
    Printer.Print A_Charge.Text
    Printer.EndDoc
but this simply prints the text out in the top left hand conrer. Is there anyway to printout the complete form in the format that I have designed it in?

Thanks
Jason
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PrintForm sends a bit-by-bit image of a Form object to the printer.
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glenelly22Author Commented:
Thanks for that. Also do u know, how do i chnge the print layout to landscape?

Thanks Again
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DocMCommented:
Hy,
Use API to change printer orientation with PrintForm.
From Microsoft, PAGESET.DLL allows you to programmatically change the printer orientation.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B198901
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